Vol. 6. No. 4 March 2003
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From The Editors


We are pleased to announce the publication of issue 6.4 of TESL-EJ.

With this issue, we finish the sixth volume of TESL-EJ. This issue has a strong focus on the Influence of the Internet on teaching and learning.The lead articles, "An Interactive Information Literacy Course for International Students: A Practical Blueprint for ESL Learners," by John W. Bagnole & John W. Miller and "Cross-Cultural E-Mail Correspondence for Reflective EFL Teacher Education" by Meei-Ling Liaw, demonstrate the power of the Internet and collaborative work both for instructors and students.

Of course, we have the usual complement of reviews and columns, including an "On the Internet" column by Gavin Dudeney about the use of Webquests in teaching.

We are striving to maintain a quarterly publication schedule, but our efforts are being hampered by an insufficient number of manuscript reviewers. We invite qualified colleagues to volunteer their services.

Finally, please note that the URL of the Berkeley site has changed slightly to: http://writing.berkeley.edu/TESL-EJ/. This new URL is a little simpler than the previous one, but the old URL will still work.

We hope you enjoy this issue of TESL-EJ.

Maggie Sokolik

Thomas Robb

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